Well I gave up on the last book because I couldn’t get past the errors from that missing file. I decided to try the book listed above instead.
The one note to make so far is that in Startup.cs the editor wants to autocomplete to services.AddMvcCore in ConfigureServices, but this is incorrect. As per the book, it should be services.AddMvc and when an error comes up there is a suggested solution to follow (to include another framework).
Unfortunately Visual Studio crashes my computer once in awhile, but so far I’ve gotten halfway through Chapter 4 without much problem.
I am following along with the book by the above title. Here are some notes as I get started.
In project.json for dependencies be sure to add the following “Microsoft.ApplicationInsights.AspNetCore”: “1.0.0”,
If no tasks for the gulpfile shown in Task Runner Explorer appear, using a command prompt go to the solution folder and use the npm install command.
Continue reading “ASP.NET Core and Angular 2”
A friend recommended this Modern React with Redux Course by Stephen Grider. This course is also very slow. I’m on lecture 33 and still slowly chugging along. The first project was a simple YouTube viewer that uses an existing Node library to call the YouTube API.
I’ve been watching The Complete React Web App Developer Course by Andrew Mead. It seems to be appropriate for those who have very little command line experience and goes quite slowly. Mead is clear and easy to understand though.